Parishioner donates her kidney to save a parish priest

By | December 10, 2014

A parish priest whose life has been extended for decades after being given a kidney by a parishioner has described it as a miracle.
Fr Michael Whyte arrived at St Catherine of Siena Parish in 2007 and has been parish priest there since 2008. A type 1 diabetic, he began experiencing extreme tiredness and nausea at about that time, signs of kidney failure as a result of diabetes. Doctors gave him three choices: go on dialysis and live five or six more years; do nothing and die within six months; or get a kidney transplant and – if it’s from a live donor – live 20 to 25 years.

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